From Serious Puzzles, this is a 1000 piece puzzle: Portland Lighthouse It’s Portland Breakwater Light aka Bug Light – didn’t see a photographer credit. Fun to do with multiple stright lights (horizon, fencing) and textured areas (stones, water, sunrise). Google image search shows lots of items with this image – maybe released into public domain?
Puzzle from Re-Marks: Scandinavia 750 Piece. Re-Marks puzzles are available from lots of different resellers, including Amazon – check out their pop culture series including lots of “collage” puzzles made up of smaller images. (I think I got mine from Serious Puzzles). This is a random cut puzzle not ribbon cut with lots of interesting … Read more
Another Pomegranate Artpiece Puzzle, Diego Rivera: Detroit Industry 1000 pieces. Check out the full image from the Detroit Institute for the Arts: Detroit Industry North Wall. Looks like the color is a bit richer in the original – though the photo here is maybe a bit washed out – the puzzle itself looks great.
We picked up a copy in a store on a trip to Maine, but you can find it here: Dahlias Puzzle by Workman Publishing. The solid color background is challenging but the puzzle as a whole was lots of fun to do. Frances Palmer is also a potter and I assume these are her vases … Read more
Another Eurographics puzzle, this time a dozen portraits of dogs by Lucia Heffernan: Funny Dogs. Not sure where I actually bought my copy. 1000 pieces, finished size 19.25″ by 26.625″ (19 and 1/4 x 26 and 5/8ths inches). Bright vibrant colors, and enough variations in textures to make it interesting – lots of great detail … Read more
Another one we picked up on a trip to Maine: License Plates by White Mountain Puzzles. Lots of colorful detail and high quality make – if (like me) you used to play the license plate game on road trips you may have an advantage. Maybe because White Mountain Puzzles made it, feels like there is … Read more
Via Amazon, Auguste Renoir Luncheon of the Boating Party puzzle. Like many licensed artworks, there may be multiple versions of this available as a puzzle – the one I did was the EuroGraphics one which was a solid quality puzzle (albeit without a photo insert, so you have to keep looking at the box cover). … Read more